The Texas Longhorns may have lost one game, but their season goal of winning a conference championship is still in front of them and the march to Arlington starts Saturday against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Texas has an opportunity to rebound strong and show that they are a team that is able to bounce back and overcome adversity, taking on the No. 12 team in the country.
The Cowboys are not the Oklahoma State teams of the past, with the defense leading them to success and the offense doing just enough to get the job done. Oklahoma State currently ranks at or near the top in most defensive categories, while the offense sits at No. 9 offensively in the conference. So how do they match up against a potent Texas offense and a defense in need of some answers?